Hangover Bowl 2016 – Your Guide to Surviving Super Bowl Monday


How to Win the “Hangover Bowl”

It’s that time of year again – the SUPER BOWL. One of America’s most notorious beer-drinking traditions. And as if out of a sadistic need to punish fun, the Super Bowl always falls on a SUNDAY! So how do we address the misery of Super Bowl Monday? Read on and I’ll give you a few tips for avoiding the big H-bomb (hangover) and offer you a chance to get a free sample of Intox-Detox or purchase a Party Pack at 40% off…

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As we all know, Super Bowl 50 pits the Denver Broncos against the Carolina Panthers. The #1 offense against the #1 defense. Two #1 seeds going head to head. Neither likely to back down one iota, both have something to prove. Peyton Manning looks to solidify the legacy of an amazing career and prove he can still hack it on Football’s greatest stage. Will he retire? Meanwhile Cam Newton is still sculpting the statue of his legacy. Will the student become the teacher?

Of course it’s about so much more than two great quarterbacks. It’s about two hungry teams who have fought hard and are about to put everything on the line to become Super Bowl Champs.

For us, we have passionate, obsessed fans on both sides of the ball. It’s too close to call and we wouldn’t even try. You can get all that in the 6 days of pre-game.

Instead, let’s talk about two bitter rivals vying for supremacy inside you, even as you enjoy watching all the hard hits, great plays and (hopefully) entertaining commercials on TV. There’s a gridiron right inside of your body. Both teams are powerful. One team is your LIVER, bound and determined to detox the toxins from that beer, wine, cocktail or whatever libation you enjoy during the Big Game. On the other side of the pigskin is BOOZE. And there’s more than just bragging rights at stake here. Your health and well-being are in jeopardy. And then there’s the most immediate effects – THE HANGOVER. The vast majority of us have to show up to work on Monday. The question is how will you feel when you get there? Like a half-decomposed zombie straight out of The Walking Dead? Or refreshed, focused, heck even excited to greet the day?

Winning Super Bowl Monday

Here’s how you tip the balance in your favor. And no, it has nothing to do with DEFLATING footballs.

  1. Eat for Detox – Try to get some healthy fats like olive oil, avocado – can you say guacamole – and/or fatty fish like salmon. These fats are good for you and they slow down the absorption of alcohol into your bloodstream. Include some vegetables, especially greens, like spinach, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, kale, asparagus and Brussels sprouts. Eggs, red meat, whey protein, turmeric, garlic and onions also contain glutathione and its precursors – these are potent natural antioxidants to help your body cope with the detox. It also wouldn’t hurt to pop a multivitamin to make sure your body is fully stocked with B vitamins and other nutrients.
  2. Stay Hydrated – This is the easiest one to do, but nobody does it. Grab some water between each alcoholic drink. Chug down some coconut water before bed to begin replacing electrolytes.
  3. Choose Wisely – Avoid the drinks that are your kryptonite. Avoid mixing different kinds of drinks. Avoid sugars like the plague because they make inflammation and hangovers much worse.
  4. Take Intox-Detox – Take 1 pack of Intox-Detox BEFORE you get too far into drinking. Do it immediately prior to your first drink or before your reach your third alcoholic beverage. Intox-Detox contains the only two ingredients proven in human clinical research to both protect your liver from toxins and enhance alcohol detoxification. And no, it won’t keep you from getting a BUZZ. For best results, take another pack before bed.

And that’s it. That is all you need to give TEAM LIVER a leg up on TEAM BOOZE. Your body will thank you on Super Bowl Monday!

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Enjoy the Big Game and here’s to your BETTER TOMORROW,

Team Intox-Detox

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Intox-Detox Hotter Than a Hoochie-Coochie Down on the Chattahoochee!

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Best. Ribs. Ever. And they pair well with moonshine and Intox-Detox!

Over the weekend Intox-Detox attended the Chattahoochee River Country Music Festival July 24-26 at the VFW Fairgrounds in Carrolton, Georgia. It was a weekend of country music, barbecue, beer (pong) and camping. And according to CEO Andy Bennett (AB): “We finally learned firsthand just how hot a ‘hoochie -coochie’ really is!”

Intox-Detox finds the beer

It truly was “hotter than a hoochie-coochie”.

The lineup featured Stephen Dennis, Lorrie Morgan, the Kentucky Headhunters, Jesse Keith Whitley, Cowboy Troy, Brian Collins, Corey Smith, JJ Lawhorn, Bubba Sparxxx, The Lacs and Deana Carter.

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Intox-Detox meets the one and only Bubba Sparxxx, who seemed anxious to try the product.

All of these incredible acts performed well. The Intox-Detox team especially enjoyed Deana Carter, Brian Collins, JJ Lawhorn and Bubba Sparxxx. We even got the chance to grab a quick photo and share some of our amazing product with some of them. Bubba is a Georgia boy, hailing from not too far down the road from the venue. JJ Lawhorn was a standout as well; he’s from AB’s home state of Virginia, from just outside of Richmond, VA. JJ said it best: “Virginia people gotta stick together.” Amen.

JJ Lawhorn and Intox-Detox

Shaking hands with JJ Lawhorn. Watch out for this guy. He’s a true talent.

Intox-Detox set up shop across from the beer vendors, in the perfect spot to watch adults and children alike battle with gravity while riding the mechanical bull.

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When we weren’t accepting beer pong challenges at the booth, we were chowing down on a few racks of Gilbert’s Rib King BBQ. In the process, we discovered that they are local to Southern Florida, the place where the Intox-Detox revolution all began. It goes without saying that the ribs were washed down with some cold beer and a few healthy pulls of moonshine – not without a pack of Intox-Detox of course.  That’s how we do it!

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Intox-Detox always goes well with beer pong!

Friday and Saturday night there were some pretty bad ass after parties with a few of the performers working over time until 3 am to make sure everyone got their fill of great music, dancing and good times.

As usual, Intox-Detox was met with a healthy dose of skepticism, which is fine with us. It just makes it that much more fun to say “I told you so” the next morning. Our team practices what we preach. Yes, we drink, but we always keep it responsible and take Intox-Detox beforehand to prevent the next day’s misery and protect our bodies in the process. How else do you think we could handle partying like rock stars for three days straight in the hot Georgia sun?

I guess “preach” is the wrong word. There’s no sermon and no sales pitch. The product works. Don’t take our word for it. Go here and read some real testimonials. Or visit here and grab a free sample to find out for yourself. There’s nothing to lose. And you’ll know whether it worked in the morning. We don’t pull any punches. We just created an amazing product to deliver the knock out punch to one of the civilized world’s oldest problems – the painful after effects of drinking.

Already convinced, click here to go save 20% off Intox-Detox, by entering the coupon code “ABID20” at the top of the checkout page.

Why not come hang out with us at the next event? We’ll share some good drinks, awesome times and a whole lot of Intox-Detox.

A Hangover SuX. Intox-Detox WorX!

PS: Thanks to Bankhead Beverage for trying out our Intox-Detox samples and supplying a whole lot of beer and moonshine. It’s a great local place in Carrolton to pick up some liquor, wine or beer. Great selection and prices!

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Intox-Detox meets Stephen Dennis.

What Freedom Means to Me – Creating a Better Tomorrow for All


How does one even write about freedom? It’s all been done, right? Our Declaration, our Constitution and our Bill of Rights, didn’t they already say it all? Why even talk about freedom anymore? It’s sophomoric. We won freedom and so now we have it, forever. Right? Wrong! Freedom and apathy have never gone hand in hand. Freedom must be defended. Many societies throughout history have toiled, fought and died to win freedom. Few have succeeded in defending and protecting it for long. We would all do well to remember the question posed to Benjamin Franklin by Mrs. Powell of Philadelphia during the Constitutional Convention of 1787: “Well, Doctor, what have we got, a republic or a monarchy?” Franklin’s response is telling:

“A republic, if you can keep it.”

The cover model for our $100 note, “the Benjamin”, knew something that many of us often forget. Freedom is hard won, but it is much harder kept. So, on this historic holiday, our Independence Day, I say to you defenders of liberty and freedom; keep it. Our Founding Fathers, and all of the others, who carved America from the untamed rock of a new world were intellectual, philosophical and political geniuses. A true mastermind of thinkers who combined their strengths to create something stronger than anyone of them alone could have imagined. They are downright intimidating. How do you follow that?

So, I ask myself, what can I do to protect freedom? Like me, many of you might think it’s above your pay grade, beyond your reach or perhaps even lost already. I’m writing this to tell you that it is not. We keep our freedom by exercising our will to be free in everything we do, every day of our lives, and not just on July 4th. No gesture is too small. No kindness is without merit. Tyrants fear the masses because We the People have power. Everything we say matters. When we speak in unison, we can shake the bowels of the very earth upon which would-be tyrants stand. We are powerful.

When we pursue our happiness and defend that of others, we fuel the fire of this American experiment. We work arm in arm to keep our freedom. For my part, I started a little company called Intox-Detox. I believe that almost nothing celebrates our American freedom more than becoming an entrepreneur to build industry and deliver quality goods and services to our fellow citizens. We defend our liberties by taking an active role in the pursuit of our happiness, and the happiness of those around us.

In my case, this has translated to developing the Intox-Detox product, to help all of you enjoy yourselves with a few drinks, while protecting your liver and preventing the misery of the next day. As color swatches blended into the American mixing pot, we all have traditions and heritage baked into this big old red, white and blue cake. My batter is Irish, among other things. Like so many others, my family enjoys a few drinks, especially during holidays like this one. There is freedom in a drink. With that freedom comes responsibility. We defend all of our liberties by protecting those around us, avoiding drinking and driving and respecting the rights and wishes of others. So, remember to stay safe this July 4th. Exercise your pursuit of happiness and defend that of others. Enjoy your freedom, but also remember to keep it.

They say “freedom isn’t free” and I believe that. But also, freedom is not a zero sum game. Freedom given is freedom returned. There is freedom in giving freedom. When we keep it we don’t keep it for ourselves. We share it with everyone. That’s what freedom means to me. And it’s America’s gift to the world. Defend it and it will defend you.

Here’s to a better tomorrow,

Andy Bennett